Iraq's lesser known war graves


The frontiers of the modern Middle East were drawn when Britain and France carved up the assets of the defeated and collapsing Turkish Empire at the end of World War I.

Kevin Connolly visited a British Commonwealth war cemetery in Baghdad, the final resting place of soldiers who fell in the Mesopotamian campaign of the war.

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